Daily Advertiser, February 8, 1743

Daily Advertiser

February 08, 1743

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Issue date: Friday, February 8, 1743

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1743 - 1848

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 8, 1943, London, Middlesex The t tJ E S A Y, JF e r k ^ A r v 8, 1743 ^JXeaU February Quantity of ftlahbgoriy iirid other Wood Men oF War and Outward- ( Mr- Alexander Black, found upon Arriv'd, the Nep- for bound remain. tune, Connell, from -Oftend, Cadiz. Wind Weft. - An ExtraS of a Better from tb$ Hague, dated Feb. 8. *. All ^Things feem to oppofe the ? Meafures which have Been taken ' to brine about an Accommodation 5 � - - Her between the Imperial Court and that of Vienna. by the Count * de Richecoun, her Minifter at Berlin, with the Contents H E Commiffioners for Vizlualling give Notice^ thai on Friday nmt; the i \th infant, in the FoKnoon\ they will be ready to treat for Ffiur for the Strtnce of hii Majefty s Navy. Lauery-Office, 18 January, 1742. Managers and Directors appointed T " Execution by Authority of Parliament. ._� _' ,_ To the Worjhipful the Governors of St. Bartholomews Hofpital, e n t. l e m e n, OUR Vous and Intereft are humbly" defir'd for NATHANIEL C ' R OS h^t-Y, (Your former PeBtioncr) Citixtn and Berber-Surgeon of London, To be Porter of St. Barrhofomew's Hofpitai^ in the room of Mr.Barrra^f Nalh, dccew'dj he having been upon the Livery twenty-five Years, and'keptf Houfe in Cornhill twenty Years and upwards, and paid One Hondied Pound^ per Annum ftanauigRent, *buf r^'inevitableMSfortunes'is greatly reduced.,. Gentlemen We hear that laft Week died at Glafgow Sir John Worjbitful the pernors of Lbrifi-tiojptal, London, Elphmgfton, of Logie, Bart. ' His Death is much regretted. 1 J tf J Oh Sunday Night, about Eight o^Clpck, johnfton the Sheep-Stealer, Dods tiie'tJtterer of./alfe Command Sutor, apprehended foi Healing Timber, made this City Gaol ; they broke thro'-the Roof. OUR Voces and Incereft are mo ft feurftbly S defir'd for U S A U N A M E - A D, The Day before Yefterday �anj.g great in here a ftnall Schooner belonging to Glafgow* James FJemirtg, Mailer, from Lifbon, with Salt, Wine, Fruit, &c. who gave Account that the Dolphin Man of War had taken in to'Lifbon,' juft vateer pf twenty Carnage-Guns. In KsPafikg* alongft the Coaft of Ireland, he.mei an fenglifh Man -bt.,War ot'fixty Guns,, who had juft talced a Spanifh Privateer of twenty Carriage-Guns, beftdes Swivels, which (h$ Yifc canying away wither 40 England (Wife *f the Rev. Noxmxn tAt Jiv>. A. MJ To be Miftrefcof the Maiden School in Chrift-Hcfpffa}, in Ae room of my late Aunt, Mxs+ Sufanna Browne, deeeasM j having been Afliftant to hm. in the Bufinefs of the fa:d�School upwards of twenty Years, and for tvair Years paft hav^ had the fole Care and Management thereof. Your Tvtovris this Refpeft will be efteem'i a fingttkr Obl3gaopn, bv, Gentle tA' e n,* TiUr ir.vft obedtint Scri/zfit, Sufanna Mead; Notfi,.The great Work in the faid School, at thts Tim� eJjec&fi/,-requiting my daily Attendance, I humbly bope thofc Genjicrrten whoraX^ cannot conveniently wait upon will ptcufe it/ an4 accept of the Appiisrtioorcf ;

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